Hi y’all! A big thank you to Anne for letting me take over today. She is an absolute inspiration to someone like me fairly new to the blogging world. Her tutorials have helped me so much especially her series on pinterest!
For the past few weeks, I have been working on something just for you and I am very excited to share it today. In fact, I’ve been perfecting it which has resulted in a couple of batches worth, and let’s just say, I’m on chocolate OVERLOAD! 🙂
Let me introduce myself really quick, then get right into the good stuff! I’m Alexis, a Texas girl, chemist, wife, and bulldog mom. You can find me at Chemistry Cachet talking about DIY, gardening, baking, tips, tricks, and thoughts on everyday life. My ultimatum is to bring you the easiest, best versions of things that are typically uninteresting or difficult. You can read this to learn more.
Baking is chemistry at its finest! I love getting in the kitchen experimenting with crazy concoctions like a mad scientist.
Now that we are in the month of May though, standing around a hot oven baking away doesn’t sound too appealing. In true Chemistry Cachet fashion, I wanted to share with you a frozen yogurt recipe I came up with, that is not only incredibly easy, but it is good for you too 🙂 Stay tuned after the recipe because I also have a coupon that you may just need.
Double Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
♥1 cup greek yogurt ( I used non fat, but any kind works just fine)
♥1 cup unsweetened cashew milk (You can use almond too)
♥1/8 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
♥1/8 cup dutch cocoa powder**
♥1/2 to 1 cup sweetener that measures like sugar ( I used stevia, taste it make sure it is a little too sweet, it will be less sweet once it is frozen)
♥1 tsp vanilla
♥1/4 tsp salt
♥Mini chocolate chips
Mix everything together. I left a few little cocoa powder chunks to make it more rich! Put in an ice cream maker according to directions. Mine was firm after 12 minutes…It doesn’t take long! No ice cream maker? Just pop it in a shallow container and place in freezer. Take it out every 30 min to an hour, scrape with a fork each time. This will keep it fluffy.
Chemist Tips ** Many people don’t know what dutch processed cocoa powder is. It will give it a richer flavor. I will be doing some information on that soon on my blog as part of my chocolate series! Make sure to follow me so you don’t miss out 🙂 ** I recommend spraying the bowl with non stick spray before pouring the batter inside. This is so light and airy it can stick. And don’t worry if some sticks to the side when its done, totally normal!
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I look forward to meeting everyone. I love meeting new people! If you have questions or just want to chat, contact me anytime 🙂
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